Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has played down speculation linking his club with a move for Swansea City winger Nathan Dyer.
Speaking to the Scotsman, former Liverpool legend Gerrard said that while he had heard Dyer’s name mentioned, there was ‘nothing in it’ in terms of a deal being done for the Swans wide-man.
The former Southampton and Leicester City winger had been mentioned as a possible signing for the Gers after falling out of favour under new Swansea manager Graham Potter, but it appears a move to Scotland is not on the cards now, with Gerrard flatly ruling a deal out.
Dyer has a Premier League winners medal from his time at Leicester, but has seemingly fallen foul of a change in style and personnel from new Swans manager Potter.
Clubs in England have until the end of the month to complete any loan or loan to buy deals, and the race will now be on for Dyer to either find a new a club, or knuckle down and earn his spot back in the squad for the Swans.
Dyer – now 30 – has made in excess of 250 appearances for Swansea, and will no doubt be gutted to see his time with the club come to an abrubt end.
Swansea fans, what do you think? Would you keep Dyer? Let us know in the comments!